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" continues coverage of the bombings in boston. zap technology. arrival. with hertz gold plus rewards, you skip the counters, the lines, and the paperwork. zap. it's our fastest and easiest way to get you into your car. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. >>> this is fox news channel's continuing coverage of the boston bombing. i'm shepard smith on boylston street, and the chaos that followed played out in front of so many cameras. possible by what the bomber wanted. videos of people crossing the finish line and then a horrific crime. >> where are we supposed to go? >> they're taking down madly. all the stuff from the marathon. [sirens] >> shepard: cassidy who took this does video for a living. she's with us, and bruce as well, a witness who was there at the time it hand. cassityie, you were taking video of a friend? >> one of my coworkers was about to finish the race but he actually had -- a few minutes before but at first i was bummed that i missed hem bought i wanted to tweet out a picture of him finishing the race so i went back 30 feet from the finish line
with technology. the supreme court that case dates to 1992. up in of these companies did. so we're figuring out how to do the catchup to technology that is way ahead. >> shepard: you wonder if you live in a nontax state, couldn't set up a drop stop', place where you can -- send it to me and i'll send it to you. >> credit a middle man situation. some entrepreneurs might come up with that and we'll see other middle men with ideas to help mostly the businesses figure out how to deal with it. it's complicated for them but a lot of the complexities can be dealt with. >> it didn't seem fair the recall rules were a. for one group and b. for another group that are doing the same thing there should never be the word fairness in the bills coming out of washington but that problem is physical stores are required to collect the tax and they're disadvantaged to online retailers who don't have to pay the tax. so inanybody needs a break it's the main stream, but the real goal is to give nobody an advantage and have this apply to everybody equally. >> shepard: rick, thank you. the father says he heard a splash
doctor. cymbalta can help. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is a stunning work of technology. this is the 2013 lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> shepard: break news and the announcement of a thwarted terror plot on the u.s. canadian border to affect a train that travels daily to and from new york, to toronto, and vice versa. it's our understanding they mr. -- whoever the terrorists are, who are now in custody, we're told, by the cbc, -- they were planning to blow this thing up as the train went by. some things we're waiting with great interest to learn, had these gentlemen, who are in custody, procured the necessary equipment or bombs or whatever you think, to blow this thing up? or was it something they were talking about? were they doing it and authorities found out about it? and busted them bus of it? or did they contact someone they thought was a conspirator, or possible conspirator, and then learn that was somebody from the rcmp so they were in on this thing all along. it does matter. the detail does matter. if they have zwarted -- thwarted somet
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